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Welding Processes and Practices Leonard Koellhoffer

Welding Processes and Practices

Leonard Koellhoffer

Published January 1st 1988
ISBN : 9780471816713
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496 pages
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A balanced blend of process theory and practical application exercises, this text combines classroom discussion and shop practice to promote an understanding of major welding processes. Each section begins with basic process theory and moves on toMoreA balanced blend of process theory and practical application exercises, this text combines classroom discussion and shop practice to promote an understanding of major welding processes. Each section begins with basic process theory and moves on to practical exercises that become increasingly more difficult. Among the many processes and practices covered are: the materials and mechanical factors, basic positions and joints, oxyfuel gas welding, oxyacetylene welding of carbon steel, shielded metal arc welding, flux-cored arc welding and gas tungsten arc welding. The advantages and disadvantages of welding are discussed, and trouble-shooting techniques are presented. Proper technique and safety is stressed throughout the text, and carefully selected exercises lead students through proven, step-by-step procedures designed to make them proficient in the manual application of welding processes.